Emanna for 01/29/2021
What to do When Satan Comes to Accuse You
Rev 12:9-10 And the great dragon was cast down, the ancient
serpent, he who is called the Devil and Satan...for the
accuser of our brothers has been cast down....
2 Cor 12:9 ...Most gladly therefore I will rather boast in my
weaknesses that the power of Christ might tabernacle over
Words of Ministry
Satan has come to me and has spoken to me many times. He never gives up. He always asks, "Have you overcome? I see that you are still the same." I answer him by saying, "If it were up to me, I would worry. But the Lord is my victory." The devil tells me that I am no good in this and that matter, but I only say, "Thank and praise the Lord, I am no good." He tells me that I am weak, but I only say, "That is wonderful, now Christ has the opportunity to manifest His power." Here we see the preciousness of being weak. What a joy it is to be weak! We are not afraid, and our hearts are filled with thanksgiving and praises because we realize that we are not able in ourselves. Brothers and sisters, our inability is not a hindrance but a help. The more we cannot make it, the more Christ will have the opportunity to manifest His power. He specializes in dealing with our inability and weakness. The more we become destitute, the more we fail, the weaker we become, and the more we cannot make it, the more opportunity there is for our Lord to manifest His power in us. Hallelujah! Jesus is the Savior! Hallelujah! He is our Lord. Hallelujah! He is our life. Hallelujah, His power is given purposely to tabernacle over our weaknesses. Our eyes should see Him and not ourselves.
Bible verses are taken from the recovery Version of the Bible (RcV) and Words of Ministry from Watchman Nee, The Overcoming Life, pp. 72-73. Both are published by Living Stream Ministry, Anaheim, CA. (Repeat from 6/16/97) Please visit us at www.emanna.com Comments to: email@example.com.